at UniSA City West Campus, Adelaide, 5000 Australia
The University of South Australia Legal Advice Clinic provides confidential, free legal advice to members of the community.
The University of South Australia (UniSA) Legal Advice Clinic is staffed by law students who offer legal advice to clients under the supervision of a managing solicitor. Students are trained in professional conduct and all enquiries are treated as confidential. The Clinic is based in the Law Building at UniSA's City West Campus, offering services from this location Monday to Thursday, and Friday at the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court. The Clinic offers not only an important service to the community but an opportunity for UniSA Law students to use their legal knowledge and develop their professional skills. The staff and students at the UniSA Legal Advice Clinic are courteous, respectful and professional at all times, and will always treat your information and enquiries as completely confidential.
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It's Friday and we're at the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court!
If you work with clients who could benefit from our services, email us and we’ll send you a packet of nice shiny brochures.
In financial hardship and having trouble paying your debts? We may be able to help! To make an appointment, call 8302 7436.
It's Friday and we're at Port Adelaide Magistrates Court. If you need free legal assistance, drop in at court interview room #5. We've got friendly, professional student advisors who may be able to help!
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You don't always have to rush into court to resolve a potential dispute. Recently, we have helped a client to successfully negotiate with the 'other party' to reach an agreement concerning the termination of a contract. Good work Student Advisors!
It’s Friday, Friday, Friday Oh… So we’re down at the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court. Drop by interview room 5 if you think we might be able to help.
It is time for the sometimes Friday Legal Advice Clinic quiz! What should a court have regard to when determining whether or not a conviction should be recorded?
Even if you’re pleading guilty, you should get legal advice before your hearing. We might be able to help you better present your case and get the fairest sentence possible.
Its time for the sometimes Friday Legal Advice Clinic quiz! When is a legal practitioner not bound by the duty of confidentiality? All submissions must be supported by authority. The winner gets the Legal Advice Clinic thumbs up!
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In the last financial year, we have had over 40 final law students involved in the Clinic's operations. So a big up to all the former Student Advisors - we hope you're doing good things!
If you want to write a powerful legal letter, drop by the Clinic and see if we can help you out. We might even be able to write the whole thing for you!